Hypersonix officially welcomes their new manufacturing facility. The CSIRO calls for proposals for telescope time across the country and six sub-Neptunes found, which have likely remained unchanged for a couple
Oxygen on Venus… an incredible find backed up seventeen times. wearable tech helping astronauts find themselves and a rogue star thought to heading our way now isn’t… the reanalysis that’s
Australia and the US sign a Technology Safeguards Agreement, the culmination of a whole-of-government effort to secure an important path forward to expanding the Australian Space Industry. Plus SmartSat SRC’s
NASA announces asteroid Bennu contains carbon and water, a comet explosion may have kick started agriculture in Syria and the light pollution from artificial satellites has now reached the point
A successful crash landing back to Earth. Seven years and a handful of days after it was launched, OSIRIS-REx returns home with the all important samples of asteroid Bennu. Within
Hydrogen surrounding NGC 4632 could make it a rare polar ring galaxy. A bubble of galaxies has been found – measuring a billion light-years across, and Vladimir Putin and Kim
Chandrayaan-3 Takes The Lunar Temperature. A New Report Finds Massive Gender Bias in Australian High Schools and Landslides on Mars Indicate Water Surrounded Olympus Mons It’s Wednesday August 30 2023
Second time’s a charm. Chandrayaan-3 makes India the first country to reach the Moon’s southern pole. Artificial Intelligence takes the pressure off … finding a Near Earth Asteroid has now
It’s the 29th week of 2023. In research led by a West Aussie, a new type of stellar object has been discovered. India launches Chandrayaan Three, their second attempt to
It’s Talkin’ Science’s two hundred and first edition. That means we have to look back at four years of the show, plus Cargo Dragon resupplies the space station, the reasons
Welcome to the 200th Talkin’ Science. A test for the SETI network continues, plus we now have to Question our understanding of fast radio bursts, studying lightning on Jupiter and
The 15th biannual space forum was recently held in Adelaide, the home of Australia’s space industry. Trekzone was invited to attend and I spent the day learning about the incredible
Fast Radio Burst research, testing new meta-optical surfaces, a record break amateur rocket launch and Artemis 2 training begins…
The 15th Australian Space Forum. James Webb snaps an asteroid belt, China’s mysterious space plane and Virgin Galactic announces it’s getting back into flying.
It was a big April for our friends at Southern Launch. From signing a memorandum of understanding to retrieve payloads at Koonibba (and relaunch them from Whalers Way) to gearing
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